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4525
Autonomous Robotics: Manipulation
Robotics: Manipulation
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Introduction to robot manipulation. Core principles necessary to program robots for autonomous operation in dynamic and typically human-centric environments. Transdisciplinary concepts from computer science (reinforcement learning, perception), mechanical engineering (kinematics, dynamics), and electrical engineering (control theory).

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